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ITEM_NO TITLE DATES DESCRIPTION MEDIA LINK SURNAMES GEOGRAPHY TYPE TOPIC AUTHOR  
2013-095.05.291 TSF Collection, A greeting card signed by Elizabeth and Thomas  20th Century  A card with the greeting "Just To Say Hello" on it and an arrangement of pink roses, small blue and white flowers and three blue butterflies in a white black footed vase. Inside the card is three pink rose stems with blue forget-me-nots along with the greeting "It's always nice to say "Hello" To someone as nice as you, and so Since I can't say it face to face, This little card will take my place." signed Elizabeth and Thomas in blue ink.  2013-095.05.291.jpg     Paper  Florist card    vertical
2013-095.24.038 TSF Collection, Sketch of frog    Small pencil sketch of frog. Current dimensions are 4.5 in wide x 5 in long. Unable to find match in original TSF inventory.  2013-095.24.038.jpg     Drawing  Sketch Frogs    vertical
2013-095.37.014 TSF Collection, Handwritten letter from Ed Cutting to Gregory Thomas  20th-century  Handwritten letter to Gregory Thomas from Ed Cutting. The sentence "I fished from the lawn where you were married but didn't catch any," is underlined in red, probably by Thomas, as he previously mentioned (in his letter to Deborah Dows recorded in the RHS database as 2013-095.37.013) that he thought that Deborah might find Cutting's letter amusing. Measures 8" x 10.25".  2013-095.37.014.jpg Thomas Cutting    Letter  Letter Thomas Cutting  Ed Cutting  vertical
2013-095.37.013 TSF Collection, Handwritten letter from Gregory Thomas to Deborah Dows (August 6,1962)  20th-century  Handwritten letter on yellow paper to Deborah Dows from Gregory Thomas dated August 6, 1962. Thomas attached a note from Ed Cutting, recorded in the RHS database as 2013-095.37.014, because he thought Dows might find it amusing. Thomas also discusses how he sent the Arabian show program and the weather in California and New York. This letter could possibly correspond with the August 6, 1962 envelope recorded in the RHS database as 2013-095.37.010.1-2. Measures 8.5" x 11".  2013-095.37.013.jpg Dows Thomas Cutting    Letter  Letter Dows Thomas Cutting Horses  Gregory Thomas  vertical
2013-095.05.258 TSF Collection, A fragment of a letter that closes with greetings to Tracy and the children from Phil.  20th Century  A fragment of a letter that closes with greetings to Tracy and the children from Phil. Dated Oct. 3. The paper is pale blue and the words are written in blue ink.  2013-095.05.258.jpg     Paper      vertical
2013-095.05.259 TSF Collection, A fragment of a letter with the phrase "thought the children might like these post cards taken from German prisoners."  20th Century  A fragment of a letter with the phrase "thought the children might like these post cards taken from German prisoners." The post cards may be part of the collection. The paper is pale blue and written in blue ink.  2013-095.05.259.jpg     Paper      vertical
2013-095.05.262 TSF Collection, First page of a multi page family letter addressed to Uncle and Auntie from Birgitta Thyberg.  20th Century  First page of a multi page family letter addressed to Uncle and Auntie from Birgitta Thyberg, Deborah Dows' neice. Her mother, Margaret Thyberg, was recovering from an illness so Birgitta was full of news about how her mother was doing and the grippe she herself was had caught.  2013-095.05.262.jpg Dows Thyberg    Paper  Family news  Birgitta Thyberg  vertical
2013-095.05.263 TSF Collection, Second page of a multi page family letter addressed to Uncle and Auntie from Birgitta Thyberg.  20th Century  The second page of a multi page family letter gives details about the people where she is staying and the plans to go to the States. The letter was written on plain paper with blue ink. Some ink from other pages bled through to this one.  2013-095.05.263.jpg Thyberg    Paper  Family news  Birgitta Thyberg  vertical
2013-095.05.264 TSF Collection, Third page of a multi page family letter addressed to Uncle and Auntie from Birgitta Thyberg.  20th Century  Birgitta revealed more deteals about her mother's illness. The letter was written on plain white paper using blue ink. Ink from other pages bled through to this one.  2013-095.05.264.jpg Thyberg    Paper  Family news  Birgitta Thyberg  vertical
2013-095.05.265 TSF Collection, Another page of a multi page family letter addressed to Uncle and Auntie from Birgitta Thyberg.  20th Century  Birgitta gave more details about her mother's health and discusses her concerns about anyone attanding a wedding. She mentions the name of her brother Olin Knut Thyberg. The letter was written on plain paper using blue ink. Ink from another page bled through to this page.  2013-095.05.265.jpg Thyberg    Paper  Family news  Birgitta Thyberg  vertical
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